If you wish peace, quiet, contemplation and a place for prayer it is well worth bumping along the unpaved road to this small chapel.
The 1801 date on the western wall of the church refers to the restoration project of the original building.
The interior is very simple, no stained glass windows, no decorations - all wooden furnishings.
The cemetery is the resting place of not only the Stackelbergs, who owned Kassari for 150 years (ca 1770-1920) but also of several of Estonia's great artistic personages such as the poets Marie Under and Debora Vaarandi.
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